JAY UIBERALL FOUNDATION GRANT GUIDELINES
Submitting organizations must:
▪ Be classified as a 501(c)(3) by the Internal Revenue Service
▪ Submit its most recent tax return and financial statement, audited if available
▪ Demonstrate the ability to successfully administer the program and accomplish measurable goals and objectives
▪ Present a compelling need for the program
▪ Present a written program plan that demonstrates the program's successful execution
▪ Present a budget
▪ Present an evaluation of the program after the grant term is over
▪ Submit the names and contact information of key leaders and staff responsible for implementing and managing the program
▪ Complete "Stewards of Children," a 2.5-hour child sexual abuse prevention training program conducted by the Memphis Child
Advocacy Center (memphiscac.org/prevention/stewards-of-children)
Proposed programs must:
▪ Support and align with JUF's vision statement
▪ Serve youth and provide long-term, measurable benefits to the participants
▪ Bear the name Jay Uiberall
▪ Be a new program
General grant application information:
▪ Grants are made for a 1-year period.
▪ Organizations may reapply for subsequent years.
▪ Typical funding ranges from $10,000 to $28,000.
▪ Initial requests should be no more than a one-page general overview. If your program is selected for consideration, we will request a full-grant proposal.
To make a grant request, please submit a one-page proposal to:
Michael Uiberall, President, Jay Uiberall Foundation, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or to the mailing address below.